Ensuring snow leopard survival and conserving mountain landscapes by expanding environmental awareness and sharing innovative practices through community stewardship and partnerships.

  • Celebrating Local Champions of Snow Leopard Conservation

    2018 Annual Report PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 141 Livestock Corrals . . . secured from snow leopard attacks in Nepal, India, and Pakistan since 2010. 60 Wildlife Monitors . . . including indigenous sacred site guardians, shamans, and community supporters have been trained and mobilized in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, and Russia. Over 15,000 Community Members . . more »

  • Endangered Species Day at the Cosley Zoo

    On Saturday, May 18, 2019, the Conservancy participated in the Cosley Zoo’s Endangered Species Day event. Cosley Zoo is an AZA accredited facility that is home to native Illinois wildlife. Their natural habitat exhibits display white-tailed deer, red fox, bobcats, a coyote, a black-crowned night heron, Blanding’s turtles, and more. Each year, Cosley selects several more »

  • Welcome to the Newest Member of the Conservancy Staff

    Kathy Ah San is the Snow Leopard Conservancy’s new Admin Manager. She joined the staff in March of 2019. Kathy has studied biology, business, and teaching. Over the course of a long work life, she has worked in a wide range of occupations, including research, teaching, and accounting. Kathy is happy to be a part more »